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Judge Michael Levanas sided Monday with Sterling's estranged wife, Shelly, clearing the way for the $2 billion sale of the Clippers to ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
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The NFL, which generates significant profit and attention both directly and indirectly from fantasy football, should be concerned about the potential for corruption.
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Donald Sterling's lawyer made closing arguments Monday arguing that wife Shelly organized a plot to strip his client from the family trust.
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The Dodgers got some infield insurance Monday, acquiring Gold Glove second baseman Darwin Barney from the Cubs.
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Former Cal wide receiver Keenan Allen considered quitting football during his first training camp as an NFL rookie a year ago.
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The Oakland Raiders have signed free agent safety Jeremy Deering, General Manager Reggie McKenzie announced Monday.
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So far, Sam Bradford has been impressive in Rams training camp, rewarded for dedication to the rehab program. Though he's wearing a brace, there have been no restrictions.
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If Donald Sterling still owns the Clippers as next season approaches, could Doc Rivers bolt Los Angeles? Matt Barnes seems to think so...
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Justin Braun figures to be part of Sharks new core group of players and GM Doug Wilson seems eager to keep him around for the long term.
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If you were unable to join Monte Poole's Monday morning Warriors chat, catch up on what you missed:
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Although Kendall Hunter and LaMichael James are out, there is no reason for the 49ers to rush Marcus Lattimore onto the practice field.
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